We are proud to say that “Cheeseheads: The Documentary” is now available at all of the following platforms listed below (and several others), so buy your digital copy today, or head to Amazon.com and purchase the DVD (BluRay available in the near future). * * *
We had a fun time screening the film at the amazingly beautiful Lawrence University Warch Center on an even more gorgeous campus that has been a part of Wisconsin since, well before Wisconsin was even a state (1847), though despite it’s founding then, first classes were not held until the fall of 1849. Needless to … Continue reading
When in Kenosha, visit Carthage College (if you can find it). It’s a coastline beauty of a campus on the shores of Lake Michigan. Nestled off the road behind an arboretum (see photos), it’s a stunner of a campus, a hidden gem, and tranquil as eternity. Okay, I’m overreaching like writers often do, but I … Continue reading
Oh what fun it is to be on the field with Brett Favre and other retired Packers. I guess making a documentary about Cheeseheads has some payoff, as it got me a media pass to the Brett Favre Legends Game at Camp Randall stadium in Madison. I took far too many pictures and shot a … Continue reading
U.W. Oshkosk several connections to what we did in the documentary. It’s where I interviewed Randall Davidson for the history of Wisconsin Public Radio, where the Fredric March Theatre is, and also where we had good success with contributions in post-production. That it’s a lovely campus makes for a great visual representation fo the campus … Continue reading
Sweet! Now onto the Final Four again.
Here’s a Twitter pic for the U.W. Badger Mens & Women’s Hockey players who visited U.W. Health Kids hospital recently. Click on either photo to be taken to their Twitter page. * * *
See, we love Bucky and the Badgers no matter what… via Badgers Football: Student Tickets Sell Out In Less Than 2 Hours.
While it was a bummer loss (for the third year in a row) at the Rose Bowl, Cheesehead Nation still had a great deal of fun per usual. One major note of interest is that our buddy Steve (famous for his “Eat Cheese Or Die” poster at the Rose Bowl) got onto ESPN at the … Continue reading
While imported may be the worst use of the word. since both Claifornia and Wisconin are part of the United States, it does imply that our Wisconsin cheese is so good that it feels as though it should be an import. Good to see out buddies at Ellsworth getting some national media attention. Here’s a … Continue reading